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the fourth of july fireworks. good evening everyone. that is the big story tonight. police arrested marcus harris in connection with the murder of joseph calo from alabama. sheldon dutes is live outside of police headquarters with the the details. >> the suspect came to police headquarters and turned himself in. take a look at the suspect, the man in custody. police have charged a 32-year- old marcus harris with the murder of joseph calo, the young father visiting baltimore from alabama, stabbed to death outside mccormick and schmick's at the the fireworks finished on the fourth of july. he was cut in the neck and it may have stemmed from an argument. this photograph helped police to close the case. >> we would like to think the once a decision that did the right thing and give us the crucial piece of evidence to close this case, that photograph. it was given to the local media who aired it immediately. >> they would not comment on the specifics of his arrest, others say he turned himself in. joseph calo leaves behind a 1- year-old daughter and we have spoken to the mother. she was ecstati
. if the weather is the big story. we have been talking about this off-camera, how fast and furious the rain came down friday causing flooding concerns. >> as president are still dealing with damage from thursday's storm. >> the afternoon downpour left much of frederick submerged under water. water levels were so high in some areas that intersections have to be shut down. lorraine did accumulate in the dundalk parking lot. all on the heels of the nasty weather that blew through thursday night. these crews spent the day clearing debris at salvaging what they could. >> i am just trying to help the neighbors. they own the barnyard up here. >> five businesses had significant damage, including the manufacturers of this portable said which washed up downstream. several merchants also reported flooding. >> once the bridge gets debris underneath the water starts to back up and constantly happening. >> once a year at least. but like i said, from what i recall this is probably the worst. >> at four seasons court -- the gusty winds ripped up two rooftops. more than a dozen units have been condemned and the
the forecast. wall street rallied. a big bucket of cold water was poured on wall street and the economy with the lackluster jobs. >> the economy added an average of 215,000 jobs per month in the previous three months so the anticipation was there. and it showed a stand still in june. what is it about june, do we know what happen? >> it's not just june. they went back and revised downward the prior month. they thought they had 57,000 jobs in may. it turned out it was 25,000. they got rid of it -- they revised away 45,000 additional jobs. we think there have been temporary blips in the economy, the greek situation, storms all through the south you were reporting on. you've had high gas prices and a whole lot of other things have been happening and that caused the economy to come to a stand still and hiring come to a stand still in may and june. we hope that's the case. >> you want to bring up an important thing that a lot of people don't hear about. you call it the real unemployment rate, the ratio of unemployed, discouraged workers and people working part time because they can't find ful
will talk about the forecast for the weekend and anything coming up next week. >> the weather is our big story. the rain came down fast and furious. >> residents are still dealing with damage from thursday's storms. sheldon dutes has more. >> the downpour of left much of frederick submerged. water levels were so high that intersections have to be shut down. the rain accumulated in this parking lot. all of this was on the heels of nasty weather thursday night. these businesses spent the day clearing away debris. >> everyone is cleaning up. i am trying to help the neighbors. >> five businesses had significant damages, including the manufacturers of this portable shed. several merchants reported flooding. >> once the water starts to back up, it is a constantly happening -- happens once a year, but this is probably the worst. >> a tarp covers the apartment building where wind ripped off rooftops. the red cross is helping displaced families. the storm system knocked down trees and made driving difficult. small businesses continue to assess the damage. >> the road is torn up. these will take w
was minimal. >> it does come down fast and furious every once in a while. this was a big one. market street was a river. >> reporter: things are pretty much back to normal. you will find trash bags where people picked up debris that was left behind. fredericks's flood control system at carol creek spared the historic from disaster. it was built after the city flooded in the 1960s. >> underneath that aring a arin aqueducts. >> reporter: this shows cars about to float away at a condo complex. you were showing the water came up to the sign here? >> came up about right here, right past the sign. see where everything just rest underneath the car and everything. >> reporter: darcy spencer, news 4. >>> closer to washington, the storm took a toll on trees and power lines and led to yet another difficult commute home for many across the area. jackie bensen continues our team coverage. she's live in bethesda. >> reporter: as usual, most of the damage and inconvenience was caused by this area's large, old trees. people ran for cover as the skies opened in the humid late afternoon, grabbing for umbre
. >> the weather is a big story. the rain raising fears of the flooding. >> resident in parts of our area still dealing with the damage from thursday's storm. >> afternoon downpour and left much of frederick's of merged. water levels was so high in some areas that intersection had to be shut down. what flooding was not as bad and baltimore county, the rain did accumulate in this bundle parking lot, all on the heels of nasty weather that blew through thursday night. these cokeysville businesses salads and what they could. >> just trying to help the neighbors, phone the barnyard. >> five businesses had significant damage, including the manufacture of this portable shed which washed downstream. several merchants also reported flooding. >> once that bridge gets the green underneath the that the water backs up, and it is constantly happening. >> and happens once a year at least. but like i said, from what i call this is probably the worst. >> at 4 season scored in done about, but tarp covers the apartment building where two rooftops were blown off. more than a dozen buildings condemned and the red c
day in the big city. i'm russ mitchell. >> i'm rebecca jarvis. from the jobs to the royals and the shuttle launch and to betty ford. >> a courageous first lady who battled addiction to pain killers and addiction to alcohol and defeating breast cancer. she died in palm springs, california, she was 93 years old. scott pelley takes a look back at her remarkable life. >> reporter: relatively unknown until her husband became president, betty ford became one of the most popular and respected women in america. born elizabeth anne bloomer april 18th, 1918, she grew up in grand rapids, michigan. she dreamed of becoming a professional dancer and after high school she moved east to study under martha graham, the high priestess of modern dance. she earned a spot in the auxiliary dance troupe but her mother pressured her to leave the troupe in 1941. she performed in her own dance troupe, married and divorced and then met a young man named gerald ford, they married in 1948, weeks before ford was elected to his first term in congress. through the 1950s and '60s, they were a traditional an
, something real big happened on the mound today. not involving either one of ,,,, >>> well, i have a few yankees fans excited about jeter today. >> well, major milestone. derek jeter etched another chapper into the annals. here's the yankee's co-captain. 3-2 pitch and one out. bye bye baseball. left field and one lucky fan got the souvenir of a lifetime. it's his 3000th hit. his first hit, august 30th, 1995 against the mariners. so, derek jeter and that guy, the only players among 28 to reach the 3000 hit plateau with a home run. just how low can the birds go. last night at fenway park, a professional play that looked amateurish. hardy misplayed two balls and felix couldn't catch a ball. that was big poppy to the right. red sox scored eight building an 8-0 lead. in thibleth in-- in the 8th inning, let's fast forward. he shouts at the slugger. that ignites a clearing ball. and they had words earlier, all of this adding up to another -- the words only go so far for those struggling birds. >> no, we're playing the game of baseball. you have to ask david what he was thinking. you know, it's
ocean city right now. it will bring big changes for us as we head into the weekend. good news is on the way, but the cleanup continues. shelton dutes is in the mt. washington area of baltimore. how are we doing out there and is the cleanup underway? >> it is not too bad we are set up. this area is very prone to flooding. tonight it does not look like too much of the problem. the water level seems pretty low. we spoke to the bar to permit earlier today and they did not get any reports of flooding around the city -- we spoke to the fire department earlier today. other areas were not so lucky when it came to flooding. the afternoon downpour led much of frederick submerged under water. waterman of course will so high in some areas that intersections -- water levels were so high in some areas that intersection's had to be shut down. these cockeysville businesses spent the day clearing away debris and salvaging what they could. >> i am just trying to help the neighbors who on the barnyard up here. >> by businesses had significant damage, including the manufacture of this portable sh
hat. >> never, absolutely never. >> we don't know what happens behind those big walls though. >> no we certainly don't and we don't want to. hi bob. >> a good time is had by all. >> i recon so. >> we've had some pretty wild weather this evening. the last of the rain from berlin down to about chris field and continues to move away from our region. so in the next few hours, it'll be ending in that region. the rest of the state has cleared out nicely. looks like a nice weekend shaping up across the area. there'll be plenty of sunshine. but it would be a lot less humid that's the key to comfort. right now we're at 72. the dewpoint down just a tad to 69. earlier today was around 74. humidity still up there. still patchy fog and winds are pretty light. right now 63 in oakland, 76 with some showers in ocean city. 75 in washington and locally just around the 70 to the mid- 70-degree mark. right now winds beginning to turn to the north and northwest. that will bring in drier air tomorrow. the sun will be out tomorrow, yes. it'll get pretty warm but we won't have the high humidity that we saw th
late tonight. it is one of the nights where you have to be in the covered canopy area. big showers and storms moving out of the south and west. there are thunderstorms towards the beaches right now. a little dicy down beach side tonight. it will be clearing out tomorrow. closer to home annapolis a little drizzle. most of the big weather is done for at least the center part of the state. an isolated shower or storm late. the flash flood watch for the lower part of the eastern shore. take a look at some of the rainfall totals. man, almost 2 inches and more than 2 inches in fredrick. 2 and a half inches plus. rockville 2.3. 2 and a quarter in churchill. heavy, heavy down pours. all coming down too fast. had pretty cool images as the storms came in. do a time lapse fredrick at the earth and space center. heavy, heavy showers coming down. you can see how they can get a couple of inches of rain in a hurry. baltimore and then the down pours in the city. it was a wet weather scenario. tough commute for many people out there. that's for sure. i hear route 50 was tough going into annapolis.
: while the economy added 6,000 manufactures job, that's a drop in a very big bucket. >> the data is lousy. >> reporter: the president called congressional leaders back to the white house on sunday to break the stalemate over the debt ceiling and government spending. democrats and republicans are united on one point, they don't like what they're hearing so far. >> we are not going to reduce the deficit or subsidize tax cuts for the rich on the backs of america's seen yorsz a eseni families. >> there is no agreement in private or in public and as the presented sa president said yesterday, we are this far apart. >> reporter: they're predicting bottom lines but not breakthroug breakthroughs. brian mooar, nbc news, washington. >>> it is the end of an era for nasa. and one giant question mark for mankind. >> two, one, zero, and liftoff, the final liftoff of "atlantis" on the shoulders of the space shuttle america will continue the dream. >> reporter: the 135th and final shuttle mission hungered from kennedy space center yesterday on a 12 day trip to the international space station. once "atlant
, but this was a big one because market street was a river. >> reporter: things are pretty much back to normal, but you will find trash bags where people picked up debris left behind. the flood control system spared the district from disaster. it was built after the city flooded in the 1960s. >> underneath that are essentially aqua ducts so the city remains safe. >> reporter: much of the damage was caused by blocked storm drains. you were showing that the water came up to the sign here? >> yeah, came up about right here, right past the sign and everything. you see where everything just brushed right under the car. >> reporter: darcy spencer, news 4. >> and a lot of people are still without power. right now pepco reporting about 18 people without -- or customers without power. 46 for dominion. and the bulk of the outages are with bge, about 2200 customers are without power right now. so the question this morning is what will mother nature bring us today? chuck bell is here with the answers and we hope we want to hear it. >> you'll like this forecast a lot. it will be beautiful outside. for today and for
'll be laid next to her husband in michigan. >>> a big set back for the economy. june's unemployment rate was the highest it's been all year. companies added 18,000 jobs last month. so far, that was below what was predicted. lawmakers are trying to reach an agreement to raise the debt limit. republicans and democrats are fighting hard against parts of president obama's plans. the president wants to slash $4 trillion in spending and close tax lupe holes. >>> everyone, democrats and republican go out and say, no, i didn't get it all and yes, i had to accept things i didn't want. look at what we did. >> reporter: president obama called both sides of the white house for a meeting tomorrow. the nation could default on debt for the first time ever. >> the astronauts on board the shuttle atlantis are spending their morning in space. atlantis blasted into space for the final time yesterday. as alex demetrick explains, it was emotional for some in maryland. >> reporter: while four astronauts settled into the space shuttle atlantis, hundreds of nasa employees settled in to watch. mike has spent thr
mann, a big sculpture, it was great. chairperson kim: i know you talked a little bit -- the seat is important as one of the few residents seats on the entertainment commission. we took off and on the board and in the public about the tension between the night life and community residents. some of your role will be to mediate that. what are some ideas you have in terms of outreach and some ways you think entertainment and residents can work together in cooperation so interests are not always in opposition? >> i think they are in opposition a lot more than they need to be. i really believe in this idea that residents want entertainment options. most of them that live in a neighborhood where there is entertainment -- some are there for other reasons, but a lot of times people recognize that. i do not want that to be misconstrued as "you move into the neighborhood and that is the way it is." i do not feel that way at all. people want entertainment options, but want them run responsibly. having that dialogue and really working on -- i think the commission has done a great job on their
weetake for 3 phink of big storms.. but it won't be that way this time, - espectially after taking a &pceiling exposed and nn rooffon &pcovers the carpet up paat your knees. thissuuit wassun- occupied. many more were filled though, and nnowthe red crosssis hhepingg hem. a -3 total of 18 units have been evacuated... includinn nnill haavey''.. neil harvey 3904 when i looked out here and someeoo the roof came down,,i could;;nt believe it. he's trying to salvage what hh an. with no electricity, &phe want to get the food out oo - his reffigerator. up covee the yard of ttis hurch. &p many here believe this was all caused by a tornaao. hht wwll determmned by the national weather service. 4605 you couldn't see &anything. liierally like the sky was fflling. in & undalk, joel d. smith, fox 44 3 many of you sent in some unbelievable photos.. of the neighborhoods... take look at ttis one from bbandon... a car is completell stranded... -3&pafter heavy rain flloddd liberty parkway in dundalk... 3 3&pand jessie also
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